Applications, nominations now available online

IHSPA members may now submit 2017-2018 board applications and/or 2017 award nominations. Just select what it is you wish to submit for the appropriate form. Award nomination forms: Ella Sengenberger ...

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Get important IHSPA updates on your phone and/or email by signing up for our Remind service. There are three, simple ways to make this happen: If you have a smartphone, ...

IHSPA, Franklin College name new director

Franklin College and IHSPA have selected Ryan Gunterman as the new executive director of the Indiana High School Press Association. Most IHSPA advisers already know Ryan as a strong supporter ...

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Blog: Publications need transgender name policies

By Kris Brown Fishers High School Publications adviser and IHSPA board member ...

WaPo: “When student journalists need defending, SPLC lawyers swoop in. For free.”

The following is an article published on The Washington Post on June ...

2017 Harvey contests are open

Information for submitting entries and descriptions of the categories for both newspaper and yearbook ...

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Blog: Journalism education benefits special needs students

This blog post was written by Ada Clark, an adviser at Mooresville High School. On the first day of school, one of my students walked in late. Completely unaware of her own tardiness, she marched in with a giant smile. “Hi Kayla,” I said. “Welcome to class.” I then looked at my students and said, […]

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High schools celebrate Student Journalist of the Year finalists

2017 STUDENT JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR FINALISTS Ryan Eggers, Ben Davis High School Jackie Ham, Crown Point High School Maria Leontaras, Crown Point High School Adam McGoff, North Central High School (winner) Phillip Steinmetz, Jeffersonville High School (runner-up) Nicole Thomas, Ben Davis High School Lily Thompson, Paoli High School (runner-up)    

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Urban Media Project hosting creation meeting, accepting paid intern applications

Young people in Central Indiana have something to say and the Urban Media Project is giving them the chance to take the lead and be innovative media creators and mentors. If you are or know of a middle, high school or college student who has a passion for creating videos, news and feature stories, poems, […]

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